Just the Ten of Us ran rather successfully from 1988 to 1990. It was a spin-off of the comedy series Growing Pains where Mike Seaver's (Kirk Cameron) favorite teacher, Mr. Lubbock (Bill Kirchenbauer), loses his job in an episode entitled How the West Was Won. The rest of Lubbock’s story can be found in Just the Ten of Us since it features him, his wife Elizabeth (Deborah Harmon), and their eight kids moving to Eureka, California for a new job as a coach. What neither of them knows is that their four sexy daughters (played by Heather Langenkamp, Jamie Luner, Brooke Theiss, and JoAnn Willette) will have to attend an all boys school... Despite the promising outline, no nudity is seen here. The gorgeous Heather Langenkamp provided some great looks at her triumphant gargantuans in the 1985 drama Nickel Mountain, while Jamie Luner showed her sweet saggy pair during a sex-scene with Michael Madsen in the B-flick Sacrifice. Last but not least, veteran actress Deborah Harmon did some very brief toplessness in 1980’s Used Cars.